-ENTER or -CR command adds line break to the email, directly in command prompt. This technique allows to have multiple paragraphs separated by new line character, in the expression that is written in the single line.
Normally, Enter key executes the expression written in the command prompt. However, Enter is also used as carriage return to separate text paragraphs one from another by line breaks. Thus, composing a paragraph formatted message in the one line is a natural problem.
C:\>febootimail -SERVER smtp.server.com -FROM firstname.lastname@example.org -TO email@example.com -TEXT A first paragraph text in email message -ENTER -TEXT The second paragraph
Alternatively, use -USEFILE to send preformatted text files.
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